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In the ceramic industry, Francis Smith & Assoc. are the specialists with years of experience.

Francis Smith & Assoc. offer engineering, technical and manufacturing based services to the ceramic industry. We can help with:

  • New plant or plant upgrade including planning, installation and comissioning,
  • Manufacturing efficiency such as productivity, cost reduction and plant maintenance,
  • Quality, Training and Procedural documentation including operating procedures, operator training and quality assurance.
  • Outsourcing and occupational health and safety.

Ceramic industry
Ceramic industries

Australian Ceramic Industry - Tile Market We provide specific advice on the requirements of the Australian ceramic industry for ceramic products, such as quality expectations, packaging weights, pallet requirements, labeling, bar coding etc. As a result of many years involvement in the ceramics industry, the principals of Francis, Smith and Associates Pty Ltd have a broad range of manufacturing, technical and engineering knowledge and experience.

Francis Smith and Associates Pty Ltd are ceramic industry specialists providing consultancy services to the manufacturers of ceramic products.

If you require:

  • Consultation with a ceramic expert
  • New ceramic manufacturing plant or equipment
  • Upgrading of your ceramic plant
  • Consultation can include specific advice on the Australian market for ceramic products
  • Improvement to quality and throughput
  • Improved operator training programs and standard operating procedures
  • Improvement to your ceramic plant maintenance practices
  • A reduction in injury rates and machine downtime due to health and safety problems


Francis, Smith & Associates - the ceramic industry specialists

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